4 Points that Make Responsive Web Design Worthwhile

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  • My favorite part of responsive design is the simplicity. It may cost more up-front, but you don’t have to design two sites and systems to manage people. Even in our case, with landing pages at KickoffLabs, our goal is that our templates all scale down easily.

    My favorite big brand example of responsive web today is starbucks.com. They know a lot of people see the page when they turn on wifi on their devices in stores… so they really had to nail it and they did.

    Josh Ledgard
    Founder KickoffLabs
    Landing Pages for Everyone!

  • Josh McCoy says:

    Responsive designs are just as important if not more applicable than mobile websites. With responsive design, users get a more greater representation and experience than that of the cookie-cutter mobile type website. This says a lot for conversion rate, and overall usability. As everyone knows, Google claims they are all about the usability rates.

  • It’s a good idea to make use of responsive web design. I myself am a user of mobile devices and have more than once visited sites through them.

    I find that companies that do not have sites that are optimized for mobile do not catch my attention. I’d rather contact a company that shows they care about their potential customers that use mobile devices. It shows just how far a company is willing to go to increase sales. It also shows their regard for customer satisfaction.

    • Josh McCoy says:

      This holds true for me as well. If I am out and about, and I’m looking for resources that demand quick attention, I will bypass desktop websites on my mobile phone every time.

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